185 Marrakech Magic Theater Tips
- Casual 5
- Dressy 1
- Festive 1
- Food and drinks for purchase 2
My only criticism is with the Moroccan restuarant that serves thier food downstairs before the shows. The night we went they only had one wait person, and one server for all of downstairs. They need twice this, so if they don't staff it better be prepaired to wait, and you may not even get your drink before your food, always a big no-no in the food industry, and you might end up not getting your meal in time to enjoy before the show without being rushed.
The weather was Good. I wore Casual. Most people just wore simple clothes.
Get there early so you can catch some pre-show magic with Jay!
Area is in downtown not the best of area if your driving to the event. Make sure your car is empty of valuable stuff. It’s an area that is know for car break ins. Even if the show is amazing a car break in can ruin your night.
Excellent, reasonably priced Morrocan food is available at the theatre before the show. Jay does card tricks right at your table while you eat. Don't miss it.
I wore We ate across the street at Good Eats since we arrived pretty early. It was great and they had wonderful service..
To get the most out of the performance I would highly recommend arriving a full one hour prior to show time. Mr. Alexander performs table-side for audience members during roughly that on hour pre-show and his personal touch of slight of hand and card magic is seen by, and appreciated by, all present during that hour, a personalized and very special part of the experience.
Magician Jay Alexander
The weather was overcast. I wore jeans and a nice button-down. .
The weather was mild. I wore white jacket, sweater with scarf, and navy slacks..
They have appetizers and drinks you can order before the show, but down the street is the best Mayan taco shop. They only take cash, but you will not be disappointed. The food is delish!
The weather was cold as it was in January.. I wore jeans, heels, and a black blazer. Dress ranges from jeans and flats and some women wore dresses for a night on the town. Everything is acceptable..
There is a parking garage on the corner. Also alley parking is available - less expensive.
The Tenderloin is consider one of SF's most sketchy hoods. Make sure nothing can be seen inside your car - all coats, phone cords, anything goes in the trunk. Best not to tempt fate.
Cheapest parking is at the Stockton Garage on Sutter & Stockton. $1 per hr after 6 pm.
We didn't know that he would be making appearances in the lounge area prior to the show. You can have a drink and appetizer and magic if you get there early.